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THE GERMAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
PLAYS ITS PART

I do not follow the reference in Paragraph 1 (a) to a"piece of plain white paper" round the envelopes; either this was something that some Spaniard put round them to preserve them from stains or some paper from the bundle of proofs of the Combined Operations pamphlet had become misplaced; anyhow, we had not wrapped up the envelopes. Also the seals were official seals with the Royal Coat of Arms.
Then we noted that the personal papers in the wallet had been extracted and inspected, and we were glad that the letters from Pam and Major Martin's father had not been missed-that artistic effort was not wasted! Also Lord Louis Mountbatten's letter to Admiral Cunningham is shown to have played its intended part in establishing who Major Martin was.
But this report illustrates one of the greatest difficulties that has to be faced in carrying out a deception. The deceiver can only supply his opponent with the material and has to leave that opponent to draw the deductions from it: for that reason he has to gauge both the efficiency and the intelligence with which his material will be treated. I feel that our deduction as to the intelligence of the Germans was about right, but we may have put their efficiency too high, for they made two extremely careless mistakes-both about dates.
As can be seen by a comparison of the photographs of Lord Louis Mountbatten's letter to Admiral Cunningham and the photostat of the German translation of the same document (between pages 48 and 49), the Germans were too careless to copy the date correctly. The letter was dated 21st April, but

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